Work With Golden Pass
Golden Pass expects to hire around 200 new, direct employees for the project in positions such as operations and maintenance, engineering, safety, regulatory, commercial, business services, management, legal and human resources.
Careers with Golden Pass
Golden Pass LNG is committed to hiring qualified local residents as much as possible. The majority of the existing site employee base is from Jefferson County or the surrounding region.
Golden Pass is implementing several efforts to help local residents get prepared and qualified to compete for these opportunities when they become available, including Career Information Sessions and training and scholarship programs. Stay tuned to our website for more details as these initiatives progress.
We offer fulfilling career opportunities and we listen to, train, develop, and reward our employees on their journey of professional growth.
We value work-life balance and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Given the varied roles and functions within our company, locations may offer flexible work schedules that align with business needs. Golden Pass also supports employee volunteering and offers several health benefits through our program.
CULTURE OF SAFETY
Safety is our core value at Golden Pass, and we care and act accordingly to prevent harm to our employees. Golden Pass cultivates a culture of safety to ensure our future.
COMMUNITY REPUTATION & LONGEVITY
Golden Pass LNG maintains a long-term commitment to Sabine Pass, Port Arthur and the greater Southeast Texas area, and we work in close partnership with our community to operate a world-class LNG terminal while supporting economic development in the area and protecting the environment. Golden Pass has partnered with the area to bring in new jobs and help contribute to a thriving community. Our Opportunity Roadmap program includes initiatives to help businesses, job seekers and others. Learn more below.
Golden Pass LNG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
We are implementing several efforts to help local residents get prepared and qualified to compete for these opportunities when they become available. Our Opportunity Roadmap program includes several workforce initiatives, including Workforce Readiness Seminars, Career Information Sessions and anticipated scholarship programs. To learn more about these programs, visit our Opportunity Roadmap website.